Are your girls ready to embark on a captivating journey through time and art? Look no further than the “Fantastic Journeys” videos by the Getty Museum. This online experience of three episodes takes kiddos on a thrilling exploration of the artistic representations of journeys and voyages throughout history. Watch the first episode, “Garment for the Moon,” told by Michael Katz and illustrated by Mary Doodles.
Online Art Activities for Kids | Unveiling the Power of Journeys
Journeys have always held a special place in human imagination and cultural heritage. From ancient tales of epic quests to modern narratives of exploration and self-discovery, they resonate with all of us deeply. The “Fantastic Journeys” series recognizes this universal fascination and invites participants to uncover the profound meanings and visual narratives embedded in art.
Viewers also have the chance to explore artworks using fun, family-friendly activities. All three story videos and their accompanying activities videos can be watched on the Getty’s YouTube channel.
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